FIFA sets deadline for Cardiff, Nantes over Sala dispute
FIFA has given French club Nantes and Cardiff 10 days to reach a settlement in the dispute over the payment of the transfer fee for Emiliano Sala.
According to a letter sent to both clubs, if they miss the deadline, FIFA will issue its own ruling, which is subject to appeal.
“We can confirm that a letter was sent to the parties on behalf of the chairman of the players’ status committee. Please understand we cannot comment further at this stage,” FIFA said in a statement to AFP.
Nantes appealed to the commission in February after Cardiff failed to pay 17 million euros the French club said it was owed following the transfer of Argentinian striker Sala, who died on January 21 in a plane crash while travelling to join his new club.
Cardiff had earlier resolved not to pay the first instalment of six million euros of the 17 million fee agreed before the accident.
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